Welcome Dr. Dayang Zulaika Abang Hasbollah from University Technology of Malaysia, Malaysia to be committee member! 

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Dr. Dayang Zulaika Abang Hasbollah, Department of Geotechnics and Transportation, University Technology of Malaysia


Research Area:

Engineering geology, rock mechanics, geological carbon storage


Research Experience:

Joined Department of Geotechnical and Transportation, School of Civil Engineering, University Technology of Malaysia in 2018. Graduated PhD in Petroleum Engineering from School of Chemical and Energy Engineering, University Technology of Malaysia in 2018 and most of the paper published are related to carbon storage in geological basins of Malaysia and mapping of carbon storage in sedimentary basins of Malaysia by using ArcGIS.

 

PUBLICATION:

1. Dayang Zulaika Abang Hasbollah and Radzuan Junin Assessment of Geological CO2 Storage Potential in Central Luconia Province. International Journal of Advanced and Applied Sciences. 4(2) (2017), 44-48.

2. Hasbollah, D. Z. A. and Junin, R. A Preliminary Basin-scale Evaluation Framework of Potential Sedimentary Basins in Malaysia for Carbon Dioxide Sequestration. Chemical Engineering Transactions. 45 (2015), 1537-1542.

3. Dayang Zulaika Abang Hasbollah and Radzuan Junin. Mapping of Potential Sedimentary Basins for Carbon Dioxide Sequestration in Malaysia by using ARCGIS. Adv. Sci. Lett. 24 (2018)., 4148 – 4152.

4. Dayang Zulaika Abang Hasbollah and Radzuan Junin. A Review on the Basin- Scale Evaluation Framework of Potential Sedimentary Basins for Carbon Dioxide Sequestration. IOSR Journal of Engineering. 6(1) (2016). 52-60.

 

PROCEEDINGS/CONFERENCE

1.  Radzuan Junin and Dayang Zulaika Abang Hasbollah. Evaluation of Potential Sedimentary Basins in Malaysia for Carbon Dioxide Storage. International conference on Energy, Environment and Economics. Herriot-Watt University, United Kingdom. August 15, 2016.

2. Dayang Zulaika Abang Hasbollah and Radzuan Junin. Assessment of Geological Carbon Dioxide Storage Potential in Malay Basin, Offshore Peninsular Malaysia. 6th IGCESH. UTM, Malaysia, 2016.

3. Radzuan Junin and Dayang Zulaika Abang Hasbollah. CO2 Storage Capacity Assessment of Deep Saline Aquifers in Malaysia. 18th World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, WASET. London, 2016.